• Beginners Guide to Fluid Exchange

    Beginners Guide to Fluid Exchange

    Vehicles use fluids to keep all of the moving parts lubricated and at correct temperament by transmitting heat away from it. Because there are many different fluids going on your car, it is very easy for them to become contaminated. When these fluids come into contact with dirt and clunky particles they are no longer

  • Can I Drive with my Check Engine Light on?

    Can I Drive with my Check Engine Light on?

    Your check engine light is an alarm on your car; however, it isn’t specific. A check engine light may become lit due to simple maintenance issues. A check engine light may also become lit as a warning that your car is about to break down and leave you stranded on the side of the road.

  • Clunking Sound Under The Hood

    Clunking Sound Under The Hood

    The noises made by your vehicle are critical to understanding it’s health. Most noises will go ignored or chalked up to ‘normal wear and tear’. This is not advisable because these issues could cause greater damage if they continue to go undiagnosed. If you’re unsure about the type of sound you’re hearing; check out Here

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